Kayaking on the Liffey

Kayaking on the Liffey – for a great way to see Dublin from entirely new perspective, try kayaking on the Liffey! Tours start from Jeanie Johnston ship and pass under main bridges all the way to Four Courts area, with great guides going through bits of history and trivia about the river and people around it. Great fun and perfect for group outings!

Wakeboarding

Wakeboarding - if you like your water sports with a bit of adrenaline, try cable wakeboarding in the Grand Canal Basin – less than 10 minutes on a bus away from us.  It looks hard, but it actually surprisingly easy to get balance on the board and you will be going up and down in no time! If you are part of bigger group, talk with guys about organising other activities like windsurfing or SUP!

Cycling

Come here for mix of kite surfers and rare birds from the nearby sanctuary.  Lovely, 5km long stretch of the beach is linked by wooden bridge from Clontarf. Dollymount area is mainly residential while Clontarf packs restaurants, bars and a lot of trendy spots for your post- beach relaxation

Stand Up Paddleboarding

SUP – Stand Up Paddleboarding is a Hawaiian sport, perfect for both surfers and non-surfers as it is not as technically demanding as surfing is but instead it is promoting balance and core muscles workout. It is a perfect way to enjoy nature around you! In Dublin, SUP is offered in few different places, and our friends in Surfdock also offer Stand Up Paddleboarding Yoga, if you really want to give those muscles a workout!